Robert Paul Properties Raises $1,000 for Cape Abilities

(pictured, left to right, Scott McCracken and Danielle Delaney of Robert Paul Properties, Jonathan Sproul of Cape Abilities, and Amy Whiteside and Cindy Harrington of Robert Paul Properties)

December 19, 2018 – Robert Paul Properties is pleased to announce that their East Dennis Holiday Celebration and Community Give Back fundraising event raised $1,000 for Cape Abilities, and helped to promote the mission of the agency that is currently celebrating its 50th year of service and support for hundreds of individuals with disabilities on Cape Cod.

The event, which took place on Thursday, December 6, 2018 in Robert Paul Properties’ East Dennis offices, featured the best of local business, showcasing the exceptional creations, talents and styles of artisans from across the Cape. The evening also acknowledged the success of Cape Abilities Farm in Dennis and the important role it plays in the local community.

“Robert Paul Properties is passionate about donating to charitable foundations”, notes Robert Paul’s Scott McCracken. “We are proud and honored to have had the opportunity to spotlight and support Cape Abilities and the incredible work they do for all of our Cape Cod communities. The local business communities came out to support this event as well and also made their own contributions to this wonderful organization.”

“We are beyond grateful for this generous support from Robert Paul Properties,” said Jonathan Sproul, President & CEO of Cape Abilities. “It is unique partnerships like this that we seek to continue and develop in order to support our collective efforts to make a stronger and more inclusive Cape Cod community. We deeply appreciate this donation as it demonstrates Robert Paul Properties’ commitment to and support of our ongoing mission.”

About Cape Abilities:
Cape Abilities is a 501 (c) (3) Massachusetts nonprofit organization whose mission is to serve individuals with disabilities by educating, counseling, providing residential, social, therapeutic and employment supports so as to empower them to achieve meaningful and valued roles in society. The organization operates programs in Hyannis, Eastham, and Falmouth.

Author: Mashpee Chamber of Commerce

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